The Ohio School Board Association (OSBA) is once again asking pupils to express their thoughts and ideas about how public schools make a difference through its seventh annual student video contest.
The contest is part of OSBA’s Stand Up for Ohio Public Schools promotional campaign (www.standupforOHpublicschools.com). The contest is open to high school students in OSBA member districts. Junior high schools with designated video production programs are also eligible to participate. Schools are invited to submit a video (maximum length of 90 seconds) that conveys the contest’s theme — Stand up for Ohio Public Schools. Tell us how your school district and/or building is standing up for public education while making a difference in students’ lives and future success. (Please note, points will be deducted from videos that do not include the Stand Up for Ohio Public Schools theme). The format is up to the pupils, but no professional assistance can be provided to produce the video.
The top three videos will win prizes for their respective schools and will be posted on OSBA’s website and featured at OSBA’S Capital Conference and Trade Show in November. Submission deadline is October 5. Click here for contest entry materials, or go to www.ohioschoolboards.org/osba-student-video-contest.